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No sound from speaker

The unit turns on ok but no sound come out of the speakers, tried it with headphones but still no sound. Took it to a technician but the part that is damaged does not have a number to order it. Need schematic to order part. Thanks, Luis Santos

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Re: No sound from speaker

You can a schematic from for about $20.00 us

Posted on Mar 10, 2007

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